Echoes of Combat


Between 1959 and 1975, more than a million Americans saw combat in Vietnam, a third of whom developed post-traumatic stress disorder. By examining movies, memoirs, political speeches, and even the backwoods rituals of the contemporary men's movement in light of the psychological experiences of veterans, Turner explores the ongoing legacy of the war in popular culture, politics, and national ideals.

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